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I was told of a story that supposedly was reported in the news. I was given: the first name of the person, the state, city it happened in, and the decade he died in (1980-1989) as well as the age of the person. I could not find anything in news archives and so I then attempted to search the Ancestry website to search for census records that match the details. According to the records, a Melvin residing in BH, MI, or Detroit, being born between 1960-1968, never existed. What I find odd is if this person was fictional why so many people would claim they saw his death on the news.
alphaberger alphaberger 41-45, M 3 Answers Dec 31, 2012 in Health

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get over it

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Was this a famous person...or a relative?...."so many people" were they friends and relatives or just random people like from newspaper-blogs..?He [the missing person] musta been fairly important to you , somehow?...and if you could not find him, with all the means of access, like technology [like internet and obits]...then apparently it seems as though your "first-hand" findings are what you should go by...if it doesn't seem to "rattle your cage" any...lol...good luck...

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You know, on another note....I honestly heard that "Peter Breck" died years and years ago, on the "news". they showed his picture and all...he looked pretty bad and old...then I heard that he just died again...lol... ealier this year, I think in February or something..,weird?!!...huh?...what's going on gere!

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here?..typo...

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